Haines was one of my favorite places. If you want to see grizzly bears, then go to Haines. The scenery was also spectacular. If we ever decided to spend a winter in Alaska, it would be in Haines. Nice little town.
This was a very interesting place to go. It is actually considered a rain forest. You have to travel a long ways in British Columbia, Canada to get to Hyder by passing through the town of Stewart, British Columbia. This was the only place during our entire trip where the border patrol actually searched our camper. He said he always wondered what it looked like inside a Bigfoot camper! Never ask me, though, if I want to go to the Salmon Glacier again! Our campground was called Camp Runamuck.
Now known as the town of the living trees:
You must visit this place if you are touring the Kenai Peninsula. Very worthwhile.
Another one of my favorite places, especially the Spit. Fishing enthusiasts will love it here. We camped for several days on the beach - for free. Met a lot of nice campers here.
An old mining town along the Kenai Peninsula. There was a lot of fishing going on. This is a really old town with lots of old homes and buildings. Nice ride along the Hope Highway to get there, too.